Rapinder “Rupy” Sawhney is the Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering and a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering whose research focuses on lean manufacturing, or the idea of producing products with as little wasted time, energy and material as possible.
Andy Puckett can talk about the stock market, institutional trading, unethical executives and corporate corruption.
Terry Neal can discuss issues related to corporate governance and auditor independence, with a particular emphasis on the role of the audit committee as a corporate governance mechanism.
Matthew Murray’s recent research has focused on the performance of state sales and corporate income taxes; federal fiscal policy and consequences for state revenues; economic development policy and incentives; state-level energy policy; and financing mechanisms for transportation infrastructure.
Daniel Murphy can discuss international taxation and the effect of taxes on investment behavior.
Lane Morris specializes in human resources and can talk about performance management, leadership, and occupational stress as it relates to health and wellness creating a balance between work and home life.
Mark Moon can discuss business integration, demand forecasting and management, sales and operations planning, and buyer/seller relationships.
LeAnn Luna is an accounting professor who holds a joint appointment with the Department of Accounting and Information Management and the Center for Business and Economic Research. Her research on e-commerce and §529 college savings plans has received national attention.
Chancellor’s Professor Bill Fox is an expert in Internet taxation, state tax policy, public finance and fiscal federalism and has been widely published in these areas.
Daniel Flint is the Regal Entertainment Group Professor of Business and Director of the Shopper Marketing Forum. He researches shopper marketing, brand management and storytelling, marketing strategy, sustainability and inter-organizational relationships.